Quality Assesment of Oil from Olive Trees Irrigated by Waste Water Using Fluoresence Spectroscopy
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Conference Paper

This study is the first time to be conducted in Palestine. It gives an indication about the quality assessment of oil from olive trees irrigated by waste water using fluorescence spectroscopy. Results presented in this work, show the ability to analyze olive oil samples of trees irrigated by different systems (rain water, reclaimed waste water and waste watery) by fluorescence spectroscopy which is a very cheap and easy method.  The effect of physical properties: viscosity, acidity, and mass density is also studied. The results from emission spectra of olive oil samples indicated that the olive oil sample irrigated by rain water contains vitamin E more than other samples irrigated by other two systems. The olive oil sample irrigated by waste water contains chlorophyll more than that for reclaimed waste water than that for rain water.

Conference Title
Second Palestinian International Conference on Material Science and Nanotechnology (PICNM2016). An Najah N. University New Campus, Nablus, Palestine, March 23-24, 2016.
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March 23, 2016 - March 24, 2016
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شركة اوميغا للمواد الاولية، شركة مصنع الراجح للمنظفات، شركة مصنع الزهراء
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